The Flatiron Building, NYC – circa 1910

flatironblg2015 Annual Winter / Snow Print
by Patrick Antonelle, Poetry in Paint™

Official publication & release date December 14th, 2014.
Order today to reserve low or special numbered prints.
Sure to sell-out quickly.

Acclaimed as the “American Renoir”, “New York’s Monet” & “the living Pissarro,” Patrick’s mastery of the impressionistic & pointillistic styles perfectly blend nature’s beauty, man’s architectural achievements and peaceful visions- ‘to create images that touch the heart & inspire the soul’

Always popular, Patrick’s annual winter/snow painting for 2014 portrays (for the first time as a reproduction) one of NYC’s most: famous, important & beloved landmarks.

Bringing a special sense of nostalgia, warmth, hope and comfort to all who are welcomed into Patrick’s painterly tribute to the joy of the Winter season.

Collectors both new & old, will surely delight in this latest Antonelle canvas masterpiece .

Artist HAND: signed, numbered & embellished (over-painted)
limited edition archival giclee on canvas.

• 350 signed & numbered 40″ x 30″ – $1,600
• 350 signed & numbered 24″ x 20″ – $750
• 900 signed & numbered 14″ x 11″ – $250
• 35 Artist’s proofs 40″ x 30″ – $2,000
• 35 Artist’s proofs 26″ x 20″ -$990
• 90 Artist’s proofs 14″ x 11″ – $350

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Still searching for that perfect gift?

Christmas is only two weeks away.

If you’re still searching for that perfect gift, know that it’s not too late to order a coveted Künstler Snow Print.

mrlee‘Merry Christmas, General Lee’, pictured, depicts a passing moment of cheer amid the harsh realities of war. Said Mort, “It was the perfect combination: a fascinating, little-known historical event that occurred at a picturesque, memorable location – Moss Neck Manor.”

Merry Christmas General Lee
Moss Neck, Fredericksburg, Va., December 25, 1862

Limited Edition Print, signed and numbered – $225.00

Limited Edition Artist Proof – $350.00

Giclée on Canvas – signed and numbered – $575.00

Giclée on Canvas – Artist’s Proof – $725.00

Sunflower Fine Art Galleries, Mirrors, and Picture Framing
172 Seventh Street
Garden City, NY 11530
516-747-7406 <>

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St. Nick

by Scott Gustafson

What can be more welcoming than Jolly Old St. Nick during the holidays?


Well, Santa Claus has come to town, and the warmth and joy of the Christmas season is alive in Scott Gustafson’s “St. Nick.” This intimate portrait makes us feel as if we’re one of the lucky few who actually encounter Santa as he makes annual run!

This Fine Art Limited Edition Giclée Canvas captures all the look and spirit of the original work of art. Perfect for above the mantle or to hang next to the tree, this glorious portrait will make your home sparkle with the magic of the season and feel all the more festive. Deck your wall with “St. Nick!”

Sizing & Pricing:
Greenwich Workshop
Fine Art Giclée Canvas:
limited to 125 s/n.
16″w x 20″h.

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Great Gifts for the Holidays

1549394_766584933377763_4111886580819508871_nThe holidays are upon us. Framed art, photos and prints make great gifts to give family members or when you attend holiday parties. Art, Custom Mirrors and Picture Framing – enjoyed daily, fits any occasion and shows you care!

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The Man Who Minds the Moon

manwhomindsmoonBy James Christensen

Once again finding inspiration in the works of Shakespeare, James Christensen’s “The Man Who Minds the Moon” originates from a passage in the play A Midsummer Night’s Dream. From there, the other thirteen of sixteen symbols and references to the moon are the result of his extremely curious and entertaining mind.

“Our fascination with the moon encompasses thousands of years . . . from the dawn of civilization to the exploration of the lunar surface,” explains Jim. “Intrigued by Shakespeare, I set out to capture the mythological essence of man’s relationship with the moon. In my quest, I traveled back in time and across continents. The Man Who Minds the Moon incorporates symbolism from astrology, Ancient Babylonia, the Orient, Greece, the natural world, Shakespeare and Medieval Europe.”

(Click here to see a key of all 16 references )

The Man Who Minds the Moon is a collector favorite because it showcases so many of the things that are loved about Christensen’s art: his style, his personality and layer after of layer of content just waiting to be to be uncovered. This Fine Art Anniversary Edition Canvas is as entertaining as it is beautiful.

Anniversary Edition
Greenwich Workshop
Fine Art Giclèe Canvas:
Limited to 125 s/n.
18″w x 22″h. $395

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“Notice of Motion”

Notice of motionMaster Artist George Mamos, Esq.

Original 2014 24″x20″ oil on linen $15,500

The first release of the groundbreaking “Art of Law” series: depicting iconic architectural landmarks of the US legal system by attorney and sought-after artist George Mamos.

Artist HAND: signed, numbered & embellished (over-painted)
limited edition archival giclee on canvas.

— 350 signed & numbered 30″ x 40″ – $1,600 —
—–900 signed & numbered 11″ x 14″ – $250 -

—35 Artist’s proofs 30″ x 40″ – $2,000
–35 Artist’s proofs 20″ x 24″ -$990
90 Artist’s proofs 11″ x 14″ – $350
˜ NYS Supreme Court, 60 Centre St.

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New from Nancy Orenstone

ortenNancy Ortenstone has been a leading artist for almost 15 years. Her portfolio of dream-like abstracts have been sought out by decorators and designers looking to add splash to a room without overpowering the décor. One designer recently said, “Nancy’s paintings have so many variations of color, I can always find a piece that compliments my overall room design, and they fit so beautifully.”

Nancy Ortenstone’s paintings are inspired by the New Mexico landscape, especially the light, the ever-changing colors of the mountains and mesas, the wide-open skies, and the embracing silence. Rather than reproduce a landscape, Ortenstone takes what she sees into her own psyche and creates many layers of underpainting on each canvas, until the final image emerges.

ort1“When I can dance with the colors and trust that each painting is the path to the next, my paintings undergo a transformative process. Acrylics are especially suited to my technique because of the speed with which images can emerge, be washed away and rapidly be brought forth again with new resonance,” Ortenstone states. Her objective is to unite music, dance and color, creating her own melodies on canvas. The artists who have inspired her are Rothko, Frankenthaler and Oliveira.

Ortenstone has lived in Minnesota (her birthplace), Mexico and New Mexico. She holds a B.A. from the University of Minnesota and an M.A. from the University of Mexico through the Instituto Allende in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Ortenstone’s paintings are exhibited in several galleries across the country, and are also included in many private and corporate collections.

Go big, available PRINT ON DEMAND on paper and canvas in huge sizes, squares 42×42 and horizontals 42×52.

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“Well Now They Know” by Lisa Keene

Well Now They KnowHer first role with the studio was as a Background Artist for The Black Cauldron (1985) and her career as a Background Painter, Stylist, Character Designer, Visual Development Artist and Art Director has since spanned four decades. Her resume includes such films as The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid, The Rescuers Down Under, Princess and the Frog, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Tangled and many more.  She also served as the Animation Art Director for Disney.

Size: 20 x 30 | Hand-Textured Giclée on Canvas | Edition of 195

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Add pops of color so your art doesn’t disappear!

pbacon art When the colors in art match the room too perfectly, the art can disappear into the space. When you intentionally add pops of color that aren’t in the space, the art becomes the focal point it should be. Obviously, a marvelous Larson-Juhl Custom Frames adds the elegant finishing touch!


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Dyeing Technique for Custom Design

ikatIkat is a dyeing technique used to create interesting patterns on fabric. In this room Ikat patterns were perfectly custom framed to make a striking focal point over the fireplace.

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